San Isidro, Perez Zeledon
What are your dreams? What are you here to create? How can the AWElife community help you realize your dreams?
In 2006, I founded an Anastasia-inspired living foods based eco-community of 180 acres nestled in the coastal mountains of Costa Rica called Jewel of the Sun. Its listed in IC.ORG and WWOOF Costa Rica. I want to collaborate with AWElife for support and participation in building this community for health and lifestyle retreats to teach other community builders, health seekers, eco-dwellers, the "greenest" ways of life. We are asking for supporting permanent residents, such as permaculture experts, yoga teachers, eco-architects and builders, raw food enthusiasts, artists, and volunteers to continue to join in. Jewel of the Sun is becoming a flagship model of for simple, independent, self-governing community lifestyle, and seeks wider support to get built, educate, and serve the greater good. There is a 501c3 nonprofit established, The Viva La Raw Project, for the education purposes of this community. I would like to connect fundraising efforts if possible, in alignment with AWElife's mission, to see this dream take shape.
Activities, Interests, Hobbies
Simply Living Loving Life Creativity Making beautiful things, and things beautiful Making a difference Meditation Yoga Exploring Photography Eco-design Rescuing injured animals Serving others
Everybody is Special - What is Special About You?
Light Source Truth Seeker Yogic Lifestylist Founder/Visionary Jewel of the Sun Comm., Costa Rica Founder Viva La Raw Project non-profit Founder/ CEO Newleaf Designs Inc Inventor eco-friendly products, 9 patents Successful invention won IDEA Award best design 1999 Creative International Living Foods Chef/ Instructor Author, TO LIVE FOR! Living Foods Recipes Designer/Builder of earth-friendly, non-toxic, homes Nature photographer Teach permaculture, wild food foraging, eco-tour guide Father of two Lover of Life
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